Media and Communications.
However you like to learn, see below some different articles, interviews and more, where Kat shares her passions and excitement for all things nutrition, education, wellbeing and travel.
Runnin Ya Mouth host Ben invites Kat on as a special guest co-host. They chat to World Champion runner Benita Willis about her experiences at the highest level of her sport, as well as the training and health considerations for female athletes.
Kat presents to an online audience of teachers and discusses: creating meaningful, organic and fun curriculum links; positive health and wellbeing behaviour change; and employing strategies for working with other organisations to inspire wider community change.
Kat explains the value of a cross-curricular approach to embedding nutrition in curriculum, while working with students, staff, community members and external organisations to support sustainability at Mossman State School.
Kat shares innovative ideas to connect curriculum with positive learning outcomes, including real-life examples from teaching on Palm Island. This article was published in the Queensland Association of School Tuckshops newsletter.
During a pre-service practicum placement, Kat planned, delivered and evaluated a nutrition education program on Palm Island. Designed to align with the Australian Curriculum, this work was published in Practical Literacy: The Early and Primary Years.
Kat shares insight with Runnin' Ya Mouth hosts Ben & Jimmy around the benefits of combining health, education and physical activity (particularly running and yoga), as well as information about the Sierra Leone Marathon Project.
Ben, Elijah, Kat and the team show you around the hectic Waterloo market on a weekly shop before returning to John Obey Beach. They look at how the project's food is sourced and the challenges in living off 100% local produce in Sierra Leone. This documentary was screened on MTV Act.
After spending time in Tonga, Kat worked in collaboration with Deakin University academics to produce a mixed methods research paper looking at adolescent eating patterns and behaviours. This work was presented as an Honours Thesis and published in Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health.